Valencia Camille Proa
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died peacefully on April 28, 2021 in Cleveland, Ohio at the age of 64. She was a nurse at The Cleveland Clinic. Valencia is survived by mother, Ruby Proa, sisters, Ruvene Whitehead (David), Yvonne Gibson (Donald), brother Alvino Proa. She leaves in mourning many loving family members and friends.

Published in The Plain Dealer from May 8 to May 9, 2021.
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May 19, 2021
Me & Val 2018 or 2019
Madelyn Callion
May 15, 2021
My most sincere condolences for Vals family. Forty five years later I can still remember her sweet smile.
Cindy Tutino
May 11, 2021
Val was like a daughter & sister to my Mother & me. We always had so much fun when she would visit in Atlanta. We were so blessed & thankul to have her back in our lives after the death of my brother Raleigh, to whom she was once engaged. We will ALWAYS LOVE our Val & hold her close in our hearts until we meet again. Will someone in the family PLEASE contact us. 404 522-5234
Madelyn Callion
May 11, 2021
Dear family of Val,
She was in my class at Beaumont and I remember her fun spirit. We had some classes together and had lots of fun.
I know she must of touched many lives out there. It’s no surprise she was a nurse.
Charlene Cassaro Naso
Charlene Naso
May 10, 2021
Sorry to hear—I grew up with Alvino, Clementine and the family—please ask Alvino to contact Beryl at—am still doing my family history—thanks
May 10, 2021
I am so deeply saddened to hear of Val's passing. She was a unique and very special soul. So much love, fun and light in her! My heart reaches out to all of you - - her friends, family, community, as I can only imagine how much she will be missed. I loved her too!
Heidi Raynor
May 10, 2021
I’ll always remember my classmate Val as our third sister in our Three Sisters Act with Susan Watson and myself in I think our junior year talent show at Beaumont School for Girls. Val did a modern dance performance while Susan and I performed poetry. I think we did Ego Tripping by Nikki Giovanni. I don't think I talked to Val more than once after graduation, but she has left an indelible impression in a moment that I have never forgotten. Thank you, Val, for being a part of a beautiful memory when we were still girls. RIP, Val. Never forgotten. My condolences to the family.
MaryAnne Howland
May 9, 2021
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow. I truly enjoyed working with her in EP at CCF. She was a great friend with an awesome heart. She will truly be missed.
Tamara Starr
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